In our previous post, we took the time to take a step back in favor of highlighting our variety of prototype casting services. In that post, we also took the opportunity to give our readers a little bit of a Protcast Inc. history lesson. From our humble beginnings in 1995 to present day, we’ve expanded in size and in the scope of our services and processes. From metal casting to tool cutting to CNC machining in Denver, we are the go-to resource for many folks and businesses looking for a reliable machine shop.
In today’s post, we are going to continue with our overview theme, this time shining the proverbial spotlight on the different processes we offer with regards to manufacturing the part in question. Whether it’s printed sand mold, die casting, aluminum heat treatment, machining, rapid investment casting, precision sand (or no-bake sand) casting, we are fully capable of manufacturing a wide range of parts. However, each process we employ has its own set of strengths and weaknesses. Of course, we are happy to walk through the advantages and drawbacks of each process as it relates to your particular project, but the following blog is intended to serve as a framework of understanding.
We hope that after reading this blog, you walk away with a working knowledge of what we can do for private parties and businesses — businesses that perhaps are much like yours. Keep reading if you are interested in learning more about our business that specializes in magnesium, aluminum, and zinc cast and CNC machined parts for aerospace, defense, medical, robotics, automotive, along with oil and gas industries!